Collective amount, sum, or mass arrived-at by adding or putting together all components, elements, or parts of an assemblage or group, without implying that the resulting total is whole (contains everything that should be in it).




Like the “best in show” award at a dog show, this term refers to the high quality of stocks or bonds offered during a time when the trading market is at a low point.

Billable time

This is the time spent directly with the client or working on client projects. Time exchanged for a specified amount of money


Aggregate of all bills (invoices) generated in a given period.

Burn Rate

The rate at which an enterprise spends money, especially venture capital, in excess of income.

Double Down

Putting more money into a stock that hasn’t done well.


To destroy an investment transaction before it has been recorded in the system.


Land owned for productive use is referred to as a fixed asset account (not subject to depreciation due to its un-wasting nature) and is listed under the equipment, land, and plant subheading in a balance sheet. It is recorded at…


Automatic increase (or claims for increase) in pay for a group of employees on the grounds of maintaining pay parity or differential with another group of employees who have won a pay increase.

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